July 4th 2017by David Hofstede
If you run a nonprofit organization, 360Civic can help you achieve your technology goals while avoiding the large upfront costs associated with website design and upgrades. Introducing: Helping the…
May 18th 2017by David Hofstede
Compliance Guidelines Were Updated Recently: Did You Update Your Sector Website? ADA compliance? For public sector websites, too often it’s just an item on a checklist. When a municipal website or…
May 17th 2017by David Hofstede
School Websites and Municipal Websites Are Prime Targets for Hackers Security is a priority in every 360Civic RFP response. We know hackers target public entities, and have developed simple but…
April 24th 2017by David Hofstede
Record keeping is an essential service provided by many public sector entities.  By law many of these records have to be made available to the public. Responding to these requests can be costly,…
April 21st 2017by David Hofstede
Municipal Websites Can Play a Key Role in Smart City Functionality Transforming a city into a ‘smart city’ is no easy task.  But municipalities across the U.S. and around the world are now either…
March 31st 2017by Mary Moreno
News and Information on Public Utility Websites Let’s face it – utility sites like water districts don’t attract a lot of casual visitors. As much effort as is devoted to creating an appealing…
March 31st 2017by Mary Moreno
Prioritizing Public Sector Website Projects Elections inevitably bring change, whether they occur at the federal, state or municipal level. And perhaps the most significant of these changes pertains…
March 10th 2017by Mary Moreno
ORANGE COUNTY, Calif., — 360Civic, an Orange County based company that provides web development and technology services to public sector entities, has announced the appointment of Maria de Carmen…
March 1st 2017by David Hofstede
A successful project starts with a well-written, well-defined RFP. But for those given the responsibility of preparing an RFP, as well as for those potential partners who wish to craft an effective…
February 22nd 2017by David Hofstede
No matter how much time, effort and expertise municipalities devote to their websites, they will never become places where visitors just show up to hang out for a while or explore in their spare time…

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